James Lipton’s Detroit Roots, Ballot Help, and Bea’s To Open In Eastern Market

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On today’s Daily Detroit podcast: 

  • A Detroiter known the world over, James Lipton, has died. We talk about his career and childhood home.
  • A new law aims to help keep low income residents in their homes and avoid foreclosure. You can find out more information here.  
  • We get the lowdown on what to do if you voted for a presidential candidate that is no longer in the race from Hamtramck City Clerk August Gitschlag. 
  • Finally, we visit Eastern Market to talk to Beatrice Wolnerman, a cofounder of Bea’s Detroit a new coworking and maker space.

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